2124 Nissen

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Nissen
Discovery and designation
Discovery site El Leoncito Station of the Felix Aguilar Observatory
Discovery date June 20, 1974
Designations
MPC designation 2124
1974 MK
Orbital characteristics
Epoch May 14, 2008
Aphelion 3.2928667
Perihelion 2.7585229
Eccentricity 0.0883010
1922.3662021
148.87885
Inclination 10.73291
47.20634
254.22551
Physical characteristics
11.7

2124 Nissen (1974 MK) is a main-belt asteroid discovered on June 20, 1974 by El Leoncito Station of the Felix Aguilar Observatory. It was named in memory of Juan Jose Nissen (1901-1978), first director of the Felix Aguilar Observatory, previously director of the Cordoba Observatory and a department head at the La Plata Observatory.[1]

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